The story of Father Damien de Veuster, the leper priest of Molokai and patron saint of outcasts, comes to Brighton in the play Damien by Aldyth Morris (The Lantern Theatre @ ACT Brighton, May 29-June 1).
Child-trafficking survivors tell their story of resilience against all odds in a raw and heart-warming contemporary circus performance heading for the Brighton Fringe as the very first winner of the South East Dance Brighton Fringe Bursary.
Applause Rural Touring and the South Downs National Park Authority are asking anyone who lives, works or visits the South Downs to get involved in a new arts project which is taking place across the area.
Canadian pianist Stewart Goodyear comes to the Brighton Festival on May 23 at 7.30pm with conductor Wayne Marshall and Chineke! Orchestra, part of a foundation which provides career opportunities for young Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) musicians in the UK and Europe.
It’s the contrasts that make Truly Scrumptious such a great role to play, says Katy Eyre who will be bringing her to life when BROS Musical Productions stage Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the Regis Centre.